The think-tank released a study report about the relationship between participant behavioral changes and default investment funds.
As individuals are living well past the traditional retirement age, Aegon releases a study highlighting the importance of an employee’s health and how health is discussed in the workplace.
ERISA allows plan participants to sue to remedy demonstrable harms they have suffered as a result of fiduciary breaches. Less clear is how to apply ERISA’s remedies when a breach is alleged to have occurred within a well-funded pension plan.
MFS has also agreed to pay $6,875,000 into a qualified settlement fund to resolve the claims of the court-approved class.
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Rachel Leiser Levy, from Groom Law Group, explains changes from the proposed HRA regulation in the final regulation, and says it remains to be seen how this will affect the employer health benefits market.
While some employers have had tuition reimbursement programs in place for more than 20 years, a survey from the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans found several factors are keeping employers from offering student loan repayment assistance benefits.
Although many older Americans are concerned about health care costs in retirement and outliving their savings, women are even more so, due in part to earning less than men throughout their careers, according to the National Council on Aging.
Joe Ready, current head of Wells Fargo Institutional Retirement & Trust, is taking a new role as head of Trust and chief fiduciary officer for Wells Fargo Wealth & Investment Management.
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Both chambers of the State Assembly have passed legislation that would require religious organizations that manage pension plans to send regular updates on the financial health of the pensions to plan participants.
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According to the Insured Retirement Institute, systematic withdrawal strategies, whether a simple “x%” rule or based on a more sophisticated stochastic analysis of the probability that assets will not be depleted at various withdrawal rates, have two significant drawbacks.